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  • Breaking--Justice Breyer: Trump’s 2020 Election Case Did Not Meet ‘Normal Criteria’ for Supreme Court

    09/12/2021 3:26:23 PM PDT · by White Lives Matter · 45 replies
    Breitbart ^ | September 12, 2021 | Pam Key
    Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer said on this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday” that they did not hear President Donald Trump’s 2020 election case because it did not meet “normal criteria.” Anchor Chris Wallace said, “One of your arguments against seeing the court’s political is the fact that it refused to even hear the appeals from the Trump campaign about the 2020 election. Didn’t even hear it them.” ......SNIP...... Wallace asked, “Why was that?” Breyer said, “Why was it? Because they didn’t bring a case, I guess, that met the normal criteria for being heard. When we decide to...
  • Leftists Cancel Ruth Bader Ginsburg Over SCOTUS Abortion Ruling [LOL! Alert]

    09/03/2021 7:45:36 AM PDT · by fwdude · 46 replies
    PJ Media ^ | Sept 2, 2021 | Lincoln Brown
    Remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg? Of course you do. The heroine, the pioneer, the voice of reason. The Notorious RBG. And, it would appear, a traitor to the cause of abortion. It is a typical leftist move. Things don’t go the way you want, find someone to blame. Along with the usual suspects such as Republicans, pro-lifers, Texans, you, me, Grand Moff Tarkin and the republic of Gilead, the Left is eating its own by claiming that the SCOTUS abortion decision would have been avoided had Ginsburg retired during the Obama years, allowing him to name her replacement. And they are...
  • Supreme Court blocks Biden's COVID-19 eviction moratorium

    08/26/2021 6:39:23 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 48 replies
    USA Today | August 26, 2021 | John Fritze
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/08/27/supreme-court-blocks-president-bidens-covid-19-eviction-moratorium/8243599002/
  • Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Texas, Biden Administration Must Reinstitute ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy

    08/24/2021 6:59:05 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 19 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | August 24, 2021 | Sundance
    This evening the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Texas in a lawsuit against the federal government. [View pdf Here] The outcome is a ruling requiring the Biden administration to reinstitute the “remain in Mexico” policy put into place during the Trump administration. The policy requires asylum seekers to remain in Mexico while they await hearings in the United States.The ruling was 6-3 with Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Stephen Breyer dissenting from the majority opinion. The ruling is a significant victory for Missouri and Texas, the two states who sued over Biden’s repeal of the policy and won...
  • Does The President Have The Authority To Issue A Nationwide Ban On Evictions?

    08/04/2021 5:52:48 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 44 replies
    Manhattan Contrarian ^ | 3 Aug, 2021 | Francis Menton
    As you may know, during the current pandemic, since the enactment of the so-called “CARES Act” in March 2020, there has been in effect, in various forms, a federal “moratorium” on evictions of rental tenants from their apartments. Thus some landlords have now gone well over a year without getting paid what they are owed, and with no access to any legal remedy. The most recent version of the “moratorium” expired on July 31 (Saturday). This version had been promulgated by the CDC on its own authority, without specific authorization from Congress. On Sunday (August 1) the Democratic Congressional leadership...
  • CDC issues new eviction ban for most of U.S. through Oct. 3

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday issued a new moratorium on evictions that would last until October 3, ending some of the political pressure being placed on President Joe Biden. The new moratorium could help keep millions in their homes as the coronavirus’ delta variant has spread and states have been slow to release federal rental aid. It would temporarily halt evictions in counties with “substantial and high levels” of virus transmissions and would cover areas where 90 percent of the U.S. population lives. The announcement was something of a reversal for the Biden administration after saying...
  • Kavanaugh Sides with Leftists Against Private Business Owners, Upholds CDC’s Moratorium on Evictions of Delinquent Tenants

    07/01/2021 10:44:28 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 34 replies
    NOQ Report ^ | 07/01/2021 | JD Rucker
    The Supreme Court held that the CDC can continue to impose a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures due to the Covid lockdowns causing millions to not pay rent or mortgages yesterday. It was made possible by Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the so-called “conservative” Justice who sided with the four progressives.According to POLITICO [emphasis added]:The association had asked the court to act on an emergency basis to vacate a stay on a lower-court decision overturning the ban, saying the “stay will prolong the severe financial burdens borne by landlords under the moratorium for the past nine months.”The Centers for Disease Control and...
  • Supreme Court (5-4) denies landlords’ push to lift CDC ban on residential evictions

    06/29/2021 10:35:07 PM PDT · by 11th_VA · 32 replies
    Fox News ^ | June 29, 2021
    The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to lift the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s ban on residential evictions, which expires at the end of next month. The court voted 5-4 against lifting the ban put in place to help families during the COVID-19 pandemic. Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett said they would grant the application, which was requested by a group of landlords. Justice Brett Kavanaugh joined the justices who declined the application because he noted that the moratorium is set to expire in a few weeks, on July 31. "In my view,...
  • Mississippi Takes Aim at Roe

    07/24/2021 4:27:04 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 8 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | July 24, 2021 | Kathryn Lopez
    Is the Supreme Court going to overrule Roe v. Wade? That's the question raised by a Mississippi abortion case soon to come before court. "The conclusion that abortion is a constitutional right has no basis in text, structure, history, or tradition, the attorney general of Mississippi, Lynn Fitch, writes in her brief. As the brief was being filed, I was outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Manhattan, where I saw a young woman crying on a street corner after an abortion. Abortion hurts women and kills children. Shortly thereafter, another young woman walked out with a friend, who asked her...
  • Supreme Court rejects the appeal by Christian grandma florist fined for refusing to service same-sex wedding: Justices Thomas, Alito and Gorsuch Dissent

    07/03/2021 5:04:50 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 64 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 07/03/2021 | Emily Wood
    The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a Christian florist from Washington state fined refusing to make a floral arrangement for a same-sex wedding because she felt it went against her religious beliefs about marriage. In doing so, the Washington Supreme Court ruling against the Christian florist remains intact. Conservative Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch each said the court should have taken the case. Though the case dates back to 2013, religious liberty legal organization Alliance Defending Freedom said the fight to defend Barronelle Stutzman, the owner of Arlene’s Flowers and Gifts in Richland, Washington,...
  • Justice Stephen Breyer hires law clerks for the Supreme Court's fall term, hinting that he won't be retiring

    07/02/2021 2:07:32 PM PDT · by outofsalt · 33 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 07/02/2021 | Kelly McLaughlin and Oma Seddiq
    "Progressives have called for Breyer to step down so Biden could nominate his successor."
  • Twitter Lefties Lose Their Marbles Over SCOTUS Decision On Donor Disclosure

    07/02/2021 5:26:06 AM PDT · by JV3MRC · 15 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | 7/2/2021 | Joseph Vazquez
    The U.S. Supreme Court handed a stunning defeat to the enemies of the First Amendment by invalidating a California law forcing nonprofits to disclose their largest donors — and liberals are losing it. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the opinion of the Court in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta, Attorney General of California. The syllabus for the opinion reasoned that “California’s disclosure requirement imposes a widespread burden on donors’ associational rights.” It continued: “[T]his burden cannot be justified on the ground that the regime is narrowly tailored to investigating charitable wrongdoing, or that the State’s interest in administrative convenience...
  • Is the Supreme Court gaslighting us?

    07/01/2021 4:25:01 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 31 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 1 Jul, 2021 | John Green
    George Washington University Law School Professor Jonathon Turley has posited that recent unanimous Supreme Court rulings may be the court sending a message to politicians. Facing threats to pack the Supreme Court and calls for Justice Stephen Breyer to resign, Turley believes the court is making a rare show of unity. Apparently, the logic is that if they show that they’re not ideological (I know, don’t laugh), the Democrats will understand that packing the court won’t make any difference. They’re trying to validate Chief Justice John Robert’s claim that there are no “Obama judges” or “Trump judges.” There’s just one...
  • Supreme Court Rules New Jersey Can’t Block Natural-Gas Pipeline

    06/29/2021 8:36:29 AM PDT · by bigdaddy45 · 6 replies
    WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Tuesday removed a hurdle to the construction of a natural-gas pipeline through Pennsylvania and New Jersey, ruling the pipeline developer could invoke the power of the federal government to take state property needed for the project. The court, in a 5-4 opinion by Chief Justice John Roberts, rejected New Jersey’s challenge to the actions of the PennEast Pipeline Co., a joint venture of several energy companies that aims to build a 116-mile interstate pipeline. Joining the chief justice were two fellow conservatives, Justices Samuel Alito and Brett Kavanaugh, and two liberals, Justices Stephen Breyer and Sonia...
  • Justice Thomas dissents denial of cert regarding a marijuana related case

    06/28/2021 11:03:24 AM PDT · by zeugma · 28 replies
    The Supreme Court rejected hearing the case cited below. Justice Thomas dissented in that denial of cert. The case concerned a business that operated a medical-marijuana dispensary in Colorado. Since marijuana is still illegal accordig to federal law, there are legal and tax implications to that. This is something that really needs to be dealt with by the court. It is exactly this sort of thing that the court exists for. For governments and courts at all levels to continue to just wink at this stuff and not actually resolve what is, and is not actually legal is really nothing...
  • Justice Alito Bristles at Conservative Supreme Court's Incremental Course

    06/27/2021 1:46:48 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 51 replies
    The Hill ^ | 06/25/21 | JOHN KRUZEL
    Justice Samuel Alito has drawn attention for his fiery criticism of Supreme Court rulings, with some court watchers especially struck by the degree of barely concealed hostility he directed at fellow conservative justices. Alito voiced opposition last week as the court, now with six conservative justices and three liberals, handed a narrow win to a Catholic charity and spared ObamaCare from a GOP challenge. The two decisions signaled the court may not be moving as far or as fast to the right as some expected. “My guess is that he's frustrated with what appear to be political compromises to reach...
  • The Supreme Court Will Never Be Conservatives' Savior

    06/25/2021 3:39:19 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 14 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | June 25, 2021 | Josh Hammer
    For decades, going back at least as far as the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that concocted a constitutional right to abortion, conservatives have placed a great emphasis on winning back culture war ground through judicial nominations. As a consequence of that, Republicans have consistently told political pollsters that the Supreme Court is their top voting issue at a far higher clip than Democrats have. The Court, for instance, was certainly the decisive issue in the hotly contested 2016 presidential election. As the current Court term winds down -- one featuring a putative 6-3 "conservative" majority, including three new nominees...
  • Supreme Court Rules Against Union Organizers’ Access to California Farms

    06/23/2021 9:20:53 AM PDT · by Stravinsky · 16 replies
    WSJ ^ | June 23, 2021 | Jess Bravin
    The Supreme Court struck down a California regulation granting union organizers access to farmworkers on agricultural fields, ruling Wednesday that the 1975 measure violated growers’ private-property rights. The decision, by a 6-3 vote along the court’s conservative-liberal divide, erases a major victory that Cesar Chavez’s farmworker movement achieved in the 1970s, when they argued the nature of agricultural labor made it too difficult to reach workers outside the fields.
  • Catholic League Declares SCOTUS Ruling ‘Huge Victory’ for Religious Liberty

    06/18/2021 9:34:26 AM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 4 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 18 Jun 2021 | THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D.
    Catholic League President Bill Donohue praised Thursday’s Supreme Court’s ruling in Fulton v. Philadelphia, calling it a “huge victory for religious liberty.” In its decision, the U.S. Supreme Court said that Catholic foster care agencies can reject gay couples when placing children for adoption. “This is a huge victory for religious liberty and a resounding defeat for LGBTQ activists,” Donohue said in his essay. The original case against Catholic foster care, in fact, did not stem from any complaints of discrimination but was the result of gay activists who “launched a contrived assault on the rights of Catholic social service...
  • Philadelphia Violated Catholic Foster Agency's Rights, U.S. Supreme Court Rules

    06/17/2021 8:07:55 AM PDT · by TexasGurl24 · 9 replies
    NBC10 ^ | 06-17-2021 | NBC10
    The Supreme Court unanimously overturned a lower court ruling that allowed the City of Philadelphia to ban Catholic Social Services from participating in the city's foster care program, saying the city violated the organization's First Amendment rights.